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t MRS r ELIAS LUCKS I
OUT HER UAUGHTER I
tJara Child Born While Her Mother
t Was a Pauper Goes to the Mansion
N in Central Park West with Foster
Father but Is Denied Admittance
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Sister of Elias Woman Also Comes to
the City and with Her Brother Con
sults a Lawyer Concerning Their n
terests in the Riches of Their Sister
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1 L The negro child of Hannah Elias came to Now Yorkfrom Philadelphia
today accompanied by her foatcrfathijr Travers Hudson and ont to tho
1 taanMon orcuiled by the Elms woman at1 No 23u Central rkCWest They
i nvero denied admittance
This visit appears to have been theinauguration ot 1lIPl non the part
L Vif tho negro relatives of tho Elias woman tog ts fhemorie1 Hud
JT I 1 Son who has supported the child Clara since her Infancy la free toadmit
that he should be paid something for his care and attention Inasmuchas
tho mother cf the child Is enormously rich and ofBUfDclcnt prominence
l t J New York to Lc the Indirect cause of the murder oflono of thofmostpromt
Iaeut men in tbc city
The first Intimation Hudson had as to
r
ir
I Vie condition In life of Hannah Ella
irv man conveyed tb him by an Evening
t World reporter at his home No 1230 I
Wood street Philadelphia last Saturday I
v
day Up to that time Clara had known
I nothing of her mother She had sup I
I posed that the Hudsons wero her par
1110Sed
121tA
entShe 1s an Intelligent girt and It was
Beamed J bst by Hudson and his wife
to tell her the truth Clara manifested
1 r 11o4Ire to ace her mother because of
J affection but with ajSpafontlJ InKorlted
I Shrewdness Insinuated that perhaps It
j Voud be well If the would come to I
I New Toxic to see If financial arrange
tnents could bo made
S ltode to Ella Home
1 Accordingly Hudson took ndayoft
I tfrom his duties as elevator man In a
4 I 44g Philadelphia office building and come to
I fSCew York today with the clrl They
took cab at the etatio and rooVto the
Elias home
The Japanese butler Tras out on a
shopping tour when tha > caib containing
Hudson and the girl reached the house
The Inner door wallin charge of a
negro maid who speaks Kranchi
Hudson rang the bell v and tjje door
opened slightly but theheavyvchain on
the Inside woo not removed Thera was
a moment conversation anfl Hhtn
Hudson and the girl went down the
steps got Intotho caedroVaawy
Both VT ra aatpnlelied at tha jnafmdfl
cence of tho mansion occupied Han
nah Ellas and the hlghtcharacterof the
neighborhood As they got out of OJ
cab they stood gazln r < at the house < oa
though It was 1tlie greatest sight they
had overlleenln thelrlIves
I never rang thodoorbell of oucha
scrumptious house before saidHudson
Continued on Second Page
I LABORERS IN RIOT < FAR
UNDERNEATH GROUND
F
A feig Crowd Looked On from Overhead Gilsey I
r House Guests Had Box Windows and
F t Finally Two Arrests Were Made
1
hu the bottom of in xcavatlon thlr
Yf1VO feet below tha 1VI o tho rlroit
on the southeast fjiier ot Twenty
rJnUi streot unl HritlivHy uii a
I hotel Is being erected by tlm Fuller
Onstruotlnn Comp ny 111W abicra
and seventy rock driller fought shott
iy after noon today neceajlatli tim
J calling out of the resone of the West
y ffd > rtletli strcnt fctatlon I
A crowd of a thousand ptrson collect 1
I
Yr 1 causinc tho Broartvjy airs to uo
blrrkcd SJO IB In the tillsey llnvstf
I
ir 1 wkoh Is opposite tha ex avallM alto
4 iIf ivltn sed the riot front the vlndoRa
Jot their rooms After the riot vas
ovi the Y olco nrreuori two of the
laborers i
Kennedy twentynine years old
i of No 1772 East On Hundred and
it Twelfth street a rock drill r had Ii
i nIece bitten out of his check It Is
0 alleged by Iorenzo Vlto twentynine
cusoldof No SM West Sixtyninth
1 ROOSEVELT HIT BY I
11 SENATOR MORGAN
He Declares President Knew of
s Panama Uprising Before It
Began and Stood Ready with
Armed Sipsto Protect Rebels I
WASHINGTON Nov 3Wlnen the
list of comltpcs was road In tho Senate
I today Senator Morgan took tho floor
i
n and Juld that he did not regret being re
moved a chairman the Committee on
r Interoccanio Canals Ho then dlscUssed
I recent canal affairs at some length
The Senator said hit President Roose
I velt hail used is nllldal position to nd
van o his personal lvlowaOnemanln
the Presidential ofllco might bo nble to
crush all opposition but It remained to
t
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I i
I street one of I the prisoners Richard
Snoney the foreman ot No 2333 Sec
onJ avenue was truck acvrosa the
back with a Cour root wrench It Is al
leged by Lulgo Vlto brother of the
other prisoner
The Injured men were taken to the
West ThUrtloth streot tatlon house
and an ambulance was called from tha
New York Hospital After having their
wounds dressed the two men went to
the Jefferson I Market Court where the
Vito brothers were arraigned
complainants toldthat the fight
started through a quarrel between Lor
enzo Vlto and Kennedy oKnnedy was
running a drill and U Is said Vlto be
gan to borato him tor taking aomo tool I
ho wanted to use Kennedy qhargcs
thU Vlto then struck hlmahd the fight
started In a fdw seconds Vlto who Is
aix feet In height had Kennedy ipJnnea
down on the ground J J
The Vito brothers were held In > 500
ball each for examination totnorrow
Neither npwared nble tombkoMY
statement because of tho frlKht tbav
hrll received t n
I
be seen whether could orutrhthe stat
utes of Corisres t l
The President had i appealed to < party
prejudice and in doing so showed strong
symptoms of oart failure The revolu
lion on the Isthmus wag Caesarian
operaUon If
Mrt Morgan crlMcl xl the good faith
Lthe Ireeldent Innot enforcing the
Sooner law The Prealdentho sold
had completed his cartpjifcn against
that aclbY
having Mr lilLy sign a
treaty wlthi somebody Panntaa
lIell1ldthe President had known of
the ptlllini on the Isthmus before It
began tonndr had stood ready armed with
snips to protect those engaged In It
EXPLOSION DUE TO GAS
Leaky Pipe Cane Excitement In
Apatrrient loDe f <
Dan Jlco sJanltoroCttJe Harriet
apnrtmenlliouoe at tho northwest oor
nor of Ono Hundred and tttyrseyonh
treet and Fifth avenue went Into the
basement this afternoon with a candle
to find a leak Jn the gas We T
There was an explosion which startled
the resMenti and set the building On
rtre While the Fire Department was
rep ndng many of the residents of the I
building hurried to the street but others
who had confidence in the owner3 flu I
proof clalma remained In their rooms
The damage waa insltftuncant t
I < t J t > f
1 i I
ALfURTEN WINS
HANUICAP RAGE
Favorite Players txperiencc
Another Bad Day at Bennings
r Track Outsiders Winning
Nearly All the Races
TRAPEZIST HOME FIRST
IN THEHURDLE EVENT
Opening Event Goes to Ninepln
Second Is Taken by Gold
Dome and the Fifth by
Dramatist
THE WINNERS
>
TinSTnACE Nlnospot i4to1 1
SJar and Garter60 to1 > 2 Mlladl
LoveS i
j
SECOND RACE QoldDome 10 to
1 1 GenanoguoT9 to2 2 Nlski
yuna3
y s
THIRDRACETrapezIst9to 10
1 Draughtsman to2 2 Meteor
Ite3
1
FOURTH RACE Alforten5to
1t1 Copella 20 0W2Pet lrPaul
3 t
FIFTHRACE Dramatist 4th 1
1 Fortunaiua 13 to 6 2 CloVer
land 3
f SIXTH RACE Carbunele B to 1
II Unmasked 8 to d 2 April
Shower3 I
BENNINGB RACK TR Ckp C
Nov3 BennluBs started In on its sec
ond woek todajfftflth a programme
that was very promising Outside of
tbe handicaps e4I1Jh fourth and
sixth races there was little clxss to Uie
card but th otwo races were equal
tostakes and promised crackinggood d
contest
The other rllc however had well
balanced fields eo hnt keen specula
tion and good finishes were expected
The track was Inexcellent shRlle but
thojwcather was cloudy cold iud raw
and theattendance was Jiotiaslarge as
It might have been under morefavor
ableconditions
Thestewards today began an Investi
gation Into the running ot Orthodox
Jockey Wonderly who rode him when
Qcthodox ran badly nas questioned and
jlolinny MpGrow the Giants baseball
manager whoaccused Morris Jlfayman
of having Orthodox dead under Won
derly was also called up and questioned
rin r RACE
Mile and seventy yard old course
eourstnettlnlr
Starter 1iI1 locks SUllfFln 8Pi
Nine Spot 101 n Jernlo 0 1 4 85
btar and CortermCatln n 1 2i 60 20
Mllidl Love oanrunner B < 2H 3 is n
VheOuardiiman UIrS 44 4 2
Klira lOT lilies 3 U II 15 0
Mary Worth 101 Deaouia 0 S a 40 13
Scortla 103 JWlLlrh 12 87 JO 4
Punctual 103 nomanelll I 3 S y 8
ArtshKowan 110 Adams 4 11 0 7 62
JunKler 08 nunshelmerlO 12 10 log 40
Olorioia tOO Duma 2 10 H n 2
TJnUrock 00 WaliThtl1 12 100 40
CottaR MaldlU4OOrlfnl4 Iff il 02
Eminence inaCantM 7 lit 14 20000
Start Door Won raillr Time lBO 38
Punctual was the early oacemaker
but ho soon died away and Star and
Garter wont to the front making the
pace to the trt > tch followedby Mlladl
lovo Guardsman In the run homo
Nine Spot came from the rear and talt
Ini the lead won easily by four lengths
from War and Garter who heat Mlladl
Lcvn three quarters of a length for the
place
SKCOND RACE
Phi and ha1fffurloncs
> 1JUlnlf
fitartr his Jocks EtIIlf Fin SIr pi
r r
Oold Dotnt 112 Kulltr 4 lt > iin g a
aonanojturlOOnfdfcrn 2 > 02 a
NlKkavuna 1t Hoar 1128 4 8B
Cantaloupe 100
IOII1omlI elll SII 4 15 a
n8dm
fledman 102
OCnnnorllIlft f II 12 is
Conkllnir U2 Wlikerton n 10 H a 35
Dronx1I21IYrrIOII 7 too 4n
Btrlk la Llcht 112
Jlums 1 45 BO4 SO
flails WakflfiM109 >
C I Hullmsn 3U 0 II 3
Clarence 112 SlIchIsl14 1L0 12 a
f T f1U liI
t IFl
yjrlcalx 112O iBouia 3 sll SJ 10
Cedar IlanMB 100
HCa1lahanl1 > l3 IS T2 TS
My Alice 100 Dlake10 13 66 Jg
Palm Rooln 100
Plck tndljlrU 200w 00
Queen flela 111 Deq8 T 15 111 e
DIxIPra4ieiOO I
4 MuM H 34 100 40
t Start rood Won driving Tlnnej00 4il
Gold Dome raced to the front In the
first furlong ma4e nil the running and
wonby half a length from Ganaogue
who finished etrontrnnd bcatMlikeyuna
a length for the place
TiurtDTtAci
Mil and > a half
tttlnlf
Starters whts Jock RtHlfFIn Sir T > l
Trapezlst 1H2 Jackson 1 1 1Ion
DratiKhanman 148 > Mara 1 2n 211 721
Meteorite 143 Dayton 2 a 3 IIOJII
nnscar 14X HarfVI o 4 4 H lln
Sir Bllenlle141Ilcrnhdt 4 jn g 100 V
Moroton 141 Mrrrlck 7 it ft ion xn
neetame 140C Jnhnmn 177 11 i a
Allen Abbot 141 Huton n fell < H a
Btart irtod Won ully TlmtI1
Trdpcslst Jnndoa runaway race bMt
leading nil the wny and winning pulled
up by twelve lengths from Draughts
man who was the same distanco In
front of Tho < Metoorjte
1 FOURTH ICS 1
tfilx furlono
Deltlnll
Starters whts locks StIIIfFln Slr PI
Alfort ill Mlchaeli 2 11 1 B BB
CO Olla 104 Rrdr rnO 6 2 20 T
> tter ruil 110 liullman 21143L n 85
Jartoram loj nurns a a s 4 n a
lUer root OT CnlUhanB 1111 40 15
Juvtnftl Maxlmla2Pur7 4 I n sn TJO
Illaranrur 120 DetraIn 87 7 fl 3
llUtlcent 11 Flttcher 4 8 10 4
Btart good Won easily Tlmo JIH 15
Alforten rated to the front In the
flrrt tlxteenthrma4 j IIU the running
k I
j h J
Y 11 C
SPECIAL I
BH0TI M I LUNG
I BY jBgaHE
Walter JohnsontWenty8ixy ar8ftoldvWqs shoWm the left
fiung frontof tils home No 220W estJSlxtyseco1d street1 this
afternoon anis nowinlhajflooseveltlHospitaliin ateriticalcon
dition His b ro the rN eall Ii es Irllthe sam lhou ClaraRoeitold
the police thatshe sawNealshoothisib theN an dl then runtfo
ward Amsterdam avenue At tertthatyalljitracetoMirn Masl08t
seI <
INJUREDIN EXRliOSfpNOFMETER l I
A gas meter five feethign eXplocteditms aftemoorifotheof
floe of the American MetenC6mffanyJaftNo561 < West Forty
second street Frederick Burha h employee of No 156
Russelh eet Green p lnt wasl se veretY injured
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ICHILD DE D FROM djs NJTA UErSZ
t MO ICtJAffl N JeNov 231ty4iaAndes n ttiPr three
yearold daughter of J am esA9Per cl1tdid tteretod Yf frQmlth8
effects of swat wl pg til hmltteoflrn rcuryttablets which jshe
mistooktforc ndy i l tt
j i e
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LATREUL1TS1Al1thTONlA
Fifth Race RedWhite andBue1SeflravesCircularJoe
Sixth Race DavecS rnnier Jll B n ai2JAlee3
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DAY OPERAT9kJMUFD
IN TELEG1FMUR D1ER
I oJ t IW I
l att I
I f
k t
Man < WhotGaveOutQet8 of rA F1ssllJtl Inroad
I M r If Js i lakeri t stofJy b flailj
road Dtcj1ves l f rov ns Tower
I t t
U uri
J 4
UAlJUiESPOnTPa AOT1 a ii
GUIday t FiIb1 aLD1OWnI W
JTOTf ert hp J < been 0 givIngoutItat
menta Jabo5t thi as isln tl > a of 7WJIJ
lam vCIendenntn c warntjrderd
there iwll weatwljthiaafterniorf MB
taken tot LocVhaveri by raliroid detoo
tlv t l t f j J f
Clendennlnimurder dt thliXeytried
In hUdeaUita4rany erid thJ l nameot
6simurerertenhei i11J1laftlo
m iBtuie < < < Jiain ehbutHriuili sentttan
ontine
Two menthenlghtiopeTiitorsjBtiJer
aeyi Shore Junction and LOCk Haven
caught the > meosMfe oiid C part < Xl < n
word more But the word came In so
convulsive and agItated a jwayf that
neither could make U allout Hwrr
ay train rfitiHeratJorB I ot
nY
and wop ewlljr from Cap olla who > tn
the eome dttanaajn front otPtter
Paul MaJoram WBJI tMrd MntoUf
atretcn andUienidled away v t
oJ VzrrIfnAcE I 1
i
Mliiaida1ItstI0th t fo
u > i J f DIUn
rtfTiwrtiJocVT 8tlllfrin air1 Il
DrjuattsL97 OUuidt3 IHil ra 4 1 5
ao J
l
rI
Kortun tui K Hwlfern 6 i Bt
CloverJind 100 Florteber T f 4 3e SO 10
Ilftrken cfciOO CUII h n B p t t2 f
vidov iBiMWonritn k s 5 i JtJr i
McwmranuioaMulhdr 10 s il so 10
Ardn l JJIJeI 4 0 T > > 2
flarIaDUCl00 Adam o 10 8 ajj < a
lltnitniv looRornanelllII71 Dol 20 J
H u ColmSn 103nr 11B I0 to f0
Bl > tlrtXK W driYlrac TII1elill3l
Dramatist wcnt to the front at the
Urt made all the running and won
ofciferlVbv length rom tqnafua
wtowa iccondj othe last fuilonci
Clcveriand nnMned tronjr and luaLnlp
oeJ IlackeniaoX out ofethlr4I placd
Widows Mlto ran atcond to the stretch
1 and died away I r r
I SIXTH nArfj
Qnomjlt t
f
SUrtMiTrt UotiTt RtlilfFIn tilt etUlllf 11
Crb lmgtfiu Jte4fern 1 2 l 11t4 i a j3
Unmuke4 12J TulUr 4 S 2 II t
nt 8howerI IICalJh1n 210 T f V tii 4
hutton 120 Burns S 3 4 1811 1
IMyrta loT Mlch 1srlo 7i S 8 I R
TCIMPIratollOtlekllnall 8 i o JO s
Btoltrtv Hemin 111
Dtunitai > I 8 B T 11010
Lord AdvncatMttAVftlsh Ojll 5I SO 10
Wire InvlOO J WaIst 24 n 40 18
Courtmald 104 OBrien l 1210 A8r 12
Hirer Pirate mnoleitn 7 8 11 l 411111
SIrE JlnmaJulIt Prank Fotttr i 108 D 8 12 x rtO vlJ
StartKood drtrlnir Ttm141
WINNERSAT LAToNiAf
V f > I
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IATONJA RACE ltCICNov2V
The raoesschoduladto baron htte this
afternoon resulted as iColloa v
First1 RaceOne n Us Won byiB
hoove Stoland to S JohmvJlB gan
4toB vraa secondKJlmorle wasjthlrd
Tbni10
Second Race Mx furhjnss V nbY
Lyrlsth 8toil and even Athena < s < toil
was second and Hiss KJet hmanuthlrd
TlmeLJO I
Third ItaceSix and onrfhalt fur
1011J1IWon by Worthlmrton 6to S
and oven Fleuron 3 to 1 Was second
Fugurthcn was third Time lM li
Fourth RaeShort course Wo > nby
Seit Pirate 8 to S and Ijto 2Theql
7 to10 was second Mr Rosawatnthl
Tima SOS 34
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CHILDREN EAT RAT POISON
> >
Now They AreRccoYorloat In Son
Ternetur HospUal
Poisoned Cheese trpared tokllrats
almost proved ihs undoing of Sunuel I
Susaman and his little Bl ter riachVl
ordoy Samuel ia oevenj yVarn old and
Raetxul five and they live with their
parents 1 No Ut He ter < atteet
They were removed to Uouytfvur
HopftalV y j u I
f
f r
Vii i 1 II y >
i i irt j o M w oWA tr
4 a s Jh4 a b d
lunVuon ddaNtblut stter5 sent
tWthdyIna O p5ater n p
1i er Qt LbQk 1ejIe wbo
W ii enktoiieisai tai 4io
i1ett of Ui ilMtwoTd r 1Sf
Oit 1het strengthof thlsfcHio Arthur
5Vliu jMJciaeltreea neighbor sand
Mend ot dlendenn1lniwho > ftve3 within
4gik 0 oto Wi tcM toW r wassejtai
Iisherwaa entering the cemetery of
ChurobMjrouiiffdaJei to ttend
l5ndrl1atfttnctoit I
1 Mtohaelt < aa a witness t t at tho
Coroners lnquest and jrave an apnar
entlyr atlsfactory account1 of his whet
abduta on th nIJhtof the 1tIinter but
cutssqJcnt Investigation of JiU atory
defiedSheriff Sherrer to arrest him
t1c hiiUi jfdraveitothe chur > hvwltha
Ydurz woman i and was entering the
t vj P L j
i udlpsOondPal e
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WC MENTEAL
JFoUB j RHiSE EW
r
10 0
Capt Joseph Smith Says His
I S irofsl Were Seized and
1 Bonie Away fromHis Sohoon
C a eliatEtiia t port
1 j f
< 0
I cltJ hsmlth of the tl1ree
edsop ter ty E W L Tuck
JII lodsd s kh coal at ll
ojnportN ian 1 bound forBoiton
a prarel t fh9 < ofrjce r Shipping Com
mjsjlonrr H AtHjinbAiry j > day wlth a
torythat sfour seamen n iom he had
hipped1 tiaturdaijvhroughth jqommls
slonar hadbt taJcen away frpm his
vessel tyv force by members of the At
bY1Nbert
lantlc Coist 6 < amen8 Unlfin
Ac6ordnlg to the captainstory he
had QrdIJ Io etiE I faelP for his
bPI ofdadjnc When he returnedhe
found steam launeh wtfh the namo
KBX on 1br stern > containing twelve
mm alongsHe Me was told that as
he emjflbyea7nonunlon sallorstht yha
bometbttal e off thatfour r1merhe h
hippedOaturday The schooner1full
rl umb Yen 4
Th thaIt2s launch ered
board Jthe schooner overpoirartnc the
cairtiln tilcJo the > four sailon
r I
oe
CoptSmithaiysithateJIfour who
w reflr0lS85 saalmen had signed ar
him and Were willing to
1cINwt hJ wee wltngto
declares that
workfonjttoa aohoontr Jedeolett
tfttctot tin assaulting party was
ptrCf and fje will Hoday sock war
rant fromB0m New Jersey Justice
rt
rorth art of tbe twelve men
iCapt SmIt does not know their
names but hlnkl he can identify them
Mean whilehl schooner Is stlll lyinr at
EliaixthpOft atan expense rohr own
rsfwhoar AJferd Windsor > Bon ot
Uouton Mel
ComtnlMloner Hanfiury will try to fin
four > new I sallorafmCapt Li Smith c
SENATENAMES VOTINQDATE r
Ar e mcntSto Dlspoco of Cnban
TreatyBillion Dee in
y Teflt7 JI on ee I
VVnAJ lUNdtONJfbv ai The Senate
im nxreed to veto ontha Ci JaniWIl on
DecS i
r l 4 J
n rU1
MRS tupn HELD
FOR MURDER
I Trembling and Excited She Is
Arraigned Before the Coroner
onAccusation of Killing Her
Husband
AFTER FATAL BULLETS
SHEATTEMPTED SUICIDE I
PassediheNIght with His Dead
Body Before Her and Had
Swallowed Poison When
NeighborsFound
t
Mrs Delia Lupo was held without ba
by e Jury In Coroner Scliolern court
this afternoon charged with the mUrdc
of ber husband Maurice IAIPOI whon
she Is accused of shooting to death In
their apartments on Nov 3
tin Lupo after the shooting attempt
e sulplde bv swallowlnr nolson and
line her arrest has declared that Luu
ended his own life and that Mie tried
L die because she lined him devotedly
and life without him W not worth
Living
TJaevidence showed that Mrs Lupo
extl her husband had quarreled becaus
ofj his attentions to another woman
and that at tha time of the chontln
theywere fighting he having acratche
her ace
Assistant nistVtotAttornev Appleton
represented tim prosecution and tried to
show thatLupo could not possibly have
Inflicted hta own death wounds ire
showed that there were two
wethat were two bullets In
thp body cither of which would have
oauied Instant death lie declared also
that there reno bullets fired from
ibepl3Voand that If Lupo were a
I
fuleld e som 6 OO lte shot him three
timto after he had shot hlmtelt and thea
fired the remaining bullet from the
pljtol t
WphVn the police wore called to the
iup6 nptrtrncllla they tound Ir Lupo
hiiarfyiieadMroni poison Mr Applets tt
tried o wove that tho wonwn after
killing Met1 husband attempted to end
her qwn life I
r NeElect HU AVIfe > I
Several wltnoBsea were called to prove
that Lupo neglected his wife the tw
often quarrelled nnd that on the nigh
ofthe shooting they had a violent die
pute hlchondcd In Mrs Lupo telling
Mrs MoWHUam her landlady
Don tal In the front of the lious
to nlght Something la going la happen
whlchwlllnot be agreeable for you to
hear
Several boarders heard the shot
which caueed Lupoa death The time
ofthashooUngcamtot be Used exactly
AJ11 of the boarders agreed that th y
thV sht the pistol shots were street
tl
celebrations over the election I
I Th f l consUerabla mystery abut
the LupoK They camn from tho South
two years ago and fr Lupo then rep
rescatadithat she had been married lie
fgre She said that she had two chll
drenJlntQeorgla whoso father was her
first husband The LUPOH went to llveIn
iMaln tstrcet Uackensack allele Mrs
stet
l upo was owner of I fashionable mil
linen r store
Iner witS considered a refine young
woman and her trade soon made her
trde 1
the favorte milliner of tho exclusive sot
In Uackensack She made money am
was prospering until last summer when
she Is sold to have noticed Lupo attentionS
se This
tention to another woman
womanlt b said lived In Uackensack
lvod
and Tire Lupo tohrlnp baok li ir hus
bond moved from New Jersey to New
bd
York Uupo was then ascnt for a sew
ing machine concern I 1 raid that he
madi little money and depended largely
for Ws living on his wtfos efforts
i Attentive to IJlouUe AVnmnn
Early In Soptcmbor Mrs Lupe sue
r ed dln z tung a place In a depart
ncul tore as dre n > aker tier work
was excellent but she could not keep
3rpisCa because oft worry to whloh
ahenAS subjected Iwa Raidthat Lupo
no SQulr moved to Olow York than h
jjcameniore neglectful o hI wife than
ever HU attentions were showered r
a wlm1 wrrfAn whoae nainn Is not
tnowi tu the police and three ntten
fjns nruM Mrs Lupo very ealous
She begged him to cam his neglect ot
her and these pleadings falling sho
threatened He went to his home ac
thrtnedl
cordlflfto the storr told th < Coroner
and police on the night of Nov I a
announ etlt next day being a holl
day he w going to take the
bhmderwoman gng jaunt Tillsso
angered Mrs Lupo that the quarrel
whjeh nded In the shooting followed
MrsjLupo looked anything but 1 vlo
tantlvroman In court Her condition and
generalappearonpe excited pity Sl
teems to have lost neB alnco she was
put In prtson Her dress was of a black
material faded and threadbare Her
hit a rl1le o tho two black
feathers drooped mournfully When she
tpproaohepJtne chair In which she was
to I she staggered as though she would
fall from weakness Sheglanced about
her wildly and fien ank Into the chair
Once i > r tvclcc she sobbed aloud
When 1iJllceman McKcnxle took the
itanil to testify against Mrs Lupo the
womnni inn udilcnly became hard
and ulie rretlnod her selftK > se slon
The pollcfn told of the nadlnfr of tho
bodv w tl > < > nlitol with every chamber
empty J I l > hl hand
IolloJ tIl rmody < corroborated Mc
KenKlric i vtile cc her ioa ono bul
Jet through the mn back one through
the breodt ono through tho Jiead lad a
fourth had crazed the atxloman the
policeman said
Mr Akn tried to oW that It
would havebeen a physical IXnPOssIbiflty
torLtbpo to have flredthe buhit into h
Itus M ryMoWllUama testified to thai
condition of the body whtn It was found
WIfounl
conllln Lupo had severe ser tphea T on
ber facewlten I saw hor < testified the
thess I
Dr Otto Schultz who examined Lupos
i
body ealdtht Lupo could not have
hY
nrcdUve snot Intobls bck I
I
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t
WOMEN IN RIOT
IN WHICH POLICE
I HOOTDON MEN
t
t
Mobs Throng Chicago Streets and Join iff
Attacks on the Force and NonUnion StreeJ
Car Workers Until They Are Driven Back
Under Volleys of Bullets r
TWO VICTIMS MAY DIE OF PISTOL V ll
WOUNDS RECEIVED IN CLASH
i i
Children Numbered Among hundreds Who k
Are Rushed to Doors of Their Homes and J
Clubbed as They Seek Safety Railvyay
Lines Blocked by Heavy Obstructions iV lti
CHICAGO Nov 2Thqriot spirit Is abroad In this city and the pollefc 0
appear to bo unable to cope with the situation The South Side strectca
strike has served tar the passions of tbe lawless element andthe L tlI
position ehoot Is spreading tt
Wqnien joined In the fighting and facing the pistols ottUoppllc rV
hurled rocks at bluocoats until pushed to their homesana plubbcd ir
Several f ersons wore shot In the street car dlslurbancowtoday anil I
riots were retorted from other parts of tho city where strikes arc Via
atrlkesti
progress The moat serious shooting affray took place atftho plant o > tills
American Hide and Leather Company whorothero is a blgjslrlku r J
TWO VICTIMS OF SHOOTING MAY DIE
A crowd of Union pickets were keeping watch on the plant when two pe
appeared and asked or vork They failed to secure employment As thej
were leaving the union men sot upon them 1
Tho nonunion men drow revolvers und shot two of the strikers B Wi
o the men may die Two suspects have been arrested but the men who
benlrrsted but1e menwi
did the shooting are believed to have made their escape In tbe confusloaf A
following the firing of the shots > 9i
Many hot were fred by the police In a riot of street car strlkcrs > lf
State and Fonyflrst streets 1 M Ci
Oneman Is believed to havo been hit byn bullet while several wero
knocked down by the oJflcerb < 14 J
The cars encountered obstacles all along tbo line After removing
fcplkcm from tu cable slots at Fiftyseventh and Fiftyfirst streets a train
wras blutkcd at Fortyfirst street by Iron rails placed across Jhetcisi
The i rows began to remove the obstruction when from behind foncO
came n volley of stones af j
BRA TEN BACK WITH CLUBS t
Tho pollca charged the rioters with their revolvers and a running flgM 1
ensued 111 which tbe police fired upon the mob J i
By this time a crowd had collected about the cars and another chorea
by the police was made upon them before tho obstruction could be rJ
moved r
At Twentyninth street another mob blocked the car and threw < rocks
The police charged beating many pontoon severely with their clubs <
While preparations were being completed for tho opening the i t
street cable line not heretofore operated during the strike and on wblcli h
the fight occurred rioters nvcro engaged in trying to put out of commission
the four lines which the company has been operating on a limited scaJetj
Trolley wires wero cut In a hal dozen places on Hulsted street aridvthj L
cars on that line were delayed over an hour while repairs wore toeing nuTdaP
under police protection < i
An effort also was made blockade Archer avenue where it apparently
I was believed cars would be run today quantities olrok having beeir
hauled In wagon and dumped on tho rails fr r
In policing tho four branches opened last week as well as the State J
street line patrolmen were stationed only at street intersections exccpi
where trouble was thought likely to occur f
Fewer policemen were detailed to ride on the cars today than dun Y v
last week
Five trains were put In operation on the 3tat street cable line before f
the riot occurred While this moro was being made the Board of Di r
rectors of the railway company were busy formulating a reply to tha f
latest proposition of the strikers
Intet prpsiton J
WOMEN AMONG RIOTERS
W01IEN I
Toro trouble was encountered by the State street cable trains on the
return trip near Fortythird street While ho trains were down town tho v
mob systematically choked the cable slot with stones and scrap Iron suit
blockaded the tracks with heavy steel rails Hundreds of men women i
and children awaited tho return of the police with rocks ready to heave ai t
the chidren Men and women were reported to have been knocked dowti
In their own doorways Scores of rioters and bystanders were woundec l
by tho clubs o Uie police tw f X
STORM HEADS THIS WAY
Vrntlier Unrcnu Sissies Warning
to Atlantic Cod
Tine following special weather mea
tho local
ilKo nas rccehtjl today at <
bureau
I Soflthwcst storm warning ordered at
1CO I M Norfolk to Now York Storm
moving eastward north of Lower Lakes
mavInI
Increasing and high southerly winds
VIII shift to west tunlght and to north
Wi
wet Tueaday
I
Ftsoa CureSf year on the market
and stUl the belt for couibs and colda
dilbe
I
WEATHER FORECAST
Forecast for the thirtysix hours
8 P M ih
ending at Tuesday for
New York City and vicinity Rain
tonljjht Tuesday pirtly cloudy
colder by afternoon or nigh
fresh to brisk southerly wn <
shifting Tuesday morns Jita W
northwest At f
I
KntUcr John Medicine Car
Coufti and Crou
ri > s
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